October and now into November has seen improved fishing with dropping water temperatures, although fishing has been hampered on some days with harsh weather conditions.
On the warmer days there has been rising trout with fish being caught on floating lines fished with dry flies, buzzers and nymphs.
On the cooler days intermediate and sinking lines have been most effective fished with mini lures and weighted nymphs.
Graham Johns, of St. Austell, landed a good three fish bag for 6lb 15oz caught on an Orange Blob. Graham's largest rainbow tipped the scales at 2lb 11oz.
Ken Mathis , of U.S.A. returned a super approximate 5lb brown trout in a successful afternoons fishing.